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Elizabeth Wright
Saturday 12th August, 2023
Mackenzie Arnold has won millions of fans across the country thanks to her star turn as the Matildas goalkeeper at the Women's World Cup.  But what many new fans might
Anne Connolly and Hannah Meagher
ABC 7:30
Tuesday 20th June, 2023
Uli had no idea that it was a criminal offence to out himself, just as it is for more than 46,000 people around the country who have their finances controlled
Parimala Srikanteshwara
Our Site
Thursday 27th April, 2023
But none tried to pose the reality before me bravely and empower me for the future. Even the doctors in my family failed to predict the complications, difficulties and challenges
Office of the Public Advocate
Friday 5th May, 2023
Lisa, who lives with an acquired brain injury, is passionate about protecting the human rights of people with disability.  In this series of interviews, Lisa seeks to explore how various
Ethnic Communities' Council of NSW in partnership with all Ethnic and Multicultural Councils across Australia
Tuesday 18th April, 2023
This resource involves hundreds of people from culturally diverse communities talking about living well with a disability in 24 languages.  The power of storytelling is harnessed through podcast and radio
Kate Ashton
Saturday 8th April, 2023
While many Australians go to great lengths to avoid serving on a jury, Brent Phillips has spent nearly a decade fighting for his right to take part in his civic
Laura Lavelle
Tuesday 28th March, 2023
Some participants say they are being charged double or even triple the price of services compared to those not on the scheme, for the exact same treatment or product.  "I
Early Childhood Intervention Australia
Sunday 26th March, 2023
This toolkit provides practical tips and resources that are easy to use.  They are designed to build the knowledge and confidence of teams working within any service or program for children
Danielle Kutchel
Friday 24th March, 2023
Cody Jones uses his lived experience to help other people with disability, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, to overcome the barriers they face. 
Eleanor Beidatsch
Sunday 12th March, 2023
When refugees with disabilities settle in new countries such as Australia, they become eligible for government services such as the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), but they don't always know
Joseph Shapiro
"Disability only becomes a tragedy when society fails to provide the things we need to lead our lives — job opportunities or barrier-free buildings, for example," she said. "It is
Friday 24th February, 2023

Greenvale’s Tobias Ward-Boas said he couldn’t wipe the smile off his face when he received a call to say he’d landed a job with the Victorian Advocacy League for Individuals…